As we approach vacation time in the northern hemisphere, think about those long, dreary and weary drives you are apt to face as you travel cross-country. WAIT! Here’s an idea. Check out The Olympian: A Tale of Ancient Hellas and The Sixth Day: A 17,175-Word Novella About Creation and Prizefighting at Audible or Amazon. At eight hours, The Olympian is good for an entire day for most folks. At 1.5 hours, The Sixth Day is so good, you’ll want to listen to it four times a day. Each is a special story in its own genre, and Alistair McKenzie brings both to fascinating life. Enter the world of the ancient Greeks, or come of age with Flapjack and his brothers. You’ll be glad you did. They are great company for that long drive [or those days when rush hour traffic becomes intolerable].